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Posted 25 March 2013 - 12:01 PM
CONS section at end of article: "Can't waive signature for amounts less than $25"
These two statements seem to be contradictory. Which is correct?
Posted 12 April 2013 - 07:44 AM
Posted 04 May 2013 - 11:43 AM
"I never signed anything not does their terms of service state nothing regarding buying and reselling items online."
This seems to contradict your first statement. I think it more likely you were informed that your account was closed for not specifying that you were an online retailer in your application.
Their terms and conditions do state that. I believe you most likely did not read them.
"(g) provided that Merchant has not indicated on the Merchant Application that it accepts mail order, telephone order, or internet-based transactions, that none of the sales transactions submitted hereunder represent sales by telephone, or mail, or Internet, or where the card is not physically present at the Merchant’s location and swiped through Merchant’s terminal, unless Merchant is specifically authorized in writing by Global Direct to submit such sales slips for purchase,"
If you're going to go with the 'I didn't sign anything therefore and didn't agree to anything" route then the company also doesn't have any terms they agreed to when providing you service. Therefore they are not required to give you any money at all because you have no agreement stating they will give you any money.
Please don't attempt to sue anyone. You don't have a reasonable case here as the company is following its contract to the letter. In fact, they probably have a better case against you for defamation now that you're accusing them of theft than you have against them for breach of contract or theft. However, I'm not likely to convince you of this because you are obviously not capability or willingness to read a contract (not an uncommon condition).
May I please ask you to stop spreading this? It makes it harder for people with actual problems like arbitrary holds on funds to be taken seriously when you come in complaining that the company closed your account exactly like their contract said they would if you didn't tell them you were an online retailer.
Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:07 PM
Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:08 PM
Second paragraph ends in "You have the option to waive the customer’s signature if the charge amount is less than $25." CONS section at end of article: "Can't waive signature for amounts less than $25" These two statements seem to be contradictory. Which is correct?
sorry, i ment to write that these statements agree, but yes they are confusing